Samsung’s upcoming smartphone, Galaxy S10 is expected to bring some real innovations. According to recent reports, this multicolored and much slimmer device will feature a triple rear camera, an ultrasonic in-display reader and 5G amongst others. And now, this revolutionary smartphone has been pretty much confirmed by the South Korean company.
Galaxy S10 confirmed for the Chinese market
As it often happens, SamMobile was the one who spotted the piece of information that confirms three new Galaxy S10 smartphones. This comes from Samsung itself, as the company has certified the upcoming devices with China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT). The only surprise is that only three phones were confirmed, so one less than expected.
Only three new models are confirmed so far
The three different versions of Galaxy S10, which were certified with the CMIIT on September 25th, are SM-G9700, SM-G9730 and SM-G9750. The extra digit at the end of the numbers relates to China. According to recent leaks, these devices are: the budget-friendly Galaxy S10 with a single camera, the regular 5.8-inch Galaxy S10 with dual camera and the 6.44-inch Galaxy S10+ with triple camera.
What about the 5G Galaxy S10+?
The fourth missing smartphone is the 5G Galaxy S10+, which will support the cellular network of the next generation. The reason behind this omission is the fact that the 5G Galaxy S10+ will be a limited edition release, which will most likely debut later than the other versions of Galaxy S10.
The release of the 5G Galaxy S10+ will be an important event for Samsung, as with this smartphone the company with finally leave Apple one step behind. For the time being, iPhones will not be equipped with 5G, while Samsung and Qualcomm are ready to bring this next-gen network to their customers, which could be a great way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy-series.
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